What are you planning to do in the next ten years?
What kinds of job do you want to do in the future?
Would you like to be a manager in the future?
What possible changes in the future might affect your job (or, your work)?
What do you think will happen if China keeps an open policy?
What is the first thing you will do when you arrive at a new place?
1. What do you think will happen if China keeps an open policy?
That’s an interesting question. Allow me toexplain my personal views by shortly mentioning the following points: Firstly,I think China will develop more rapidly. For example, it will ensure more tradewith foreign countries. This in turn will create new businesses and they willbe able to provide more people with jobs.
2. Do you have any ambitions?
Well, one of the aspects I could tell youabout regarding this topic is that I will be studying for the next three yearsand after that I will find myself a job. After that I really don’t know whatwill happen to me.
Well, that’s an interestingquestion. Allow me to explain my personal views by shortly mentioning thefollowing points: First of all, I believe it is only a fool who thinks he canpredict the future accurately. For example, in today’s worldthings are extremely fluid, and could change overnight. All that I know forsure is that I will be studying for the next three years and after that I willfind myself a job. After that I really don’t know what will happen to me.
3. What is the first thing you will do whenyou arrive at a new place?
The first thing I usually do when I arriveat a new place is to find out where the nearest Internet bar is situated. Ithen go there at the first possible opportunity and play some computer games.
Of course it depends on where that placeis, and under what circumstances I would arrive there. Let us say for examplethat I have arrived in my new dormitory at the University of Adelaide inAustralia. The first thing I would then do is to find out where the otherfacilities like the library, classrooms, and the cafeteria is situated.